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    No value given for one or more parameters - Access 2016 - Excel 2016

    I have googled this error message and a lot of people have similar problems, but with different code layouts. I've tried copy and pasting as a last resort to get this code to work, but I always get the same error when running adodb and dao. Here is my code which I've typed out rather than copy and paste. I've installed Access runtime and have Microsoft Activex Dataobjects 6.1 enabled.

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    I've tried, i feel like, everything. Any ideas? Thanks.

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    Re: No value given for one or more parameters - Access 2016 - Excel 2016

    Just found out this code works with tables but not query's. Any suggestions?

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    Re: No value given for one or more parameters - Access 2016 - Excel 2016

    Why not create View? And query that from outside.

    Have a read of...
    http://www.utteraccess.com/forum/Cre...-t1924479.html

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    https://support.office.com/en-us/art...9-24c8f3e165ba

    Edit: FYI - You can connect to query as well. You can test using Northwind database. ex: [Order Details Extended]
    But there are limitations.
    Ex: Nz() in query will cause issue.
    Test by querying [Invoice Data] in Northwind.
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    Re: No value given for one or more parameters - Access 2016 - Excel 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by CK76 View Post
    Why not create View? And query that from outside.

    Have a read of...
    http://www.utteraccess.com/forum/Cre...-t1924479.html

    And...
    https://support.office.com/en-us/art...9-24c8f3e165ba
    I will look into this for sure, but I figured out my issue. It was because I was being asked for a parameter value in Access and I had to keep it from asking for a parameter value. After I could run my query in Access without being asked for a parameter value, I was then able to run the script just fine. Thank you for the links. I will definitely look into them!

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    Re: No value given for one or more parameters - Access 2016 - Excel 2016

    Thanks for update. Glad you got it solved.

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